This handbook concentrates on waterstones and teaches the reader how to use them to sharpen chisels, plane irons, carving tools and knives. It includes step-by-step photographs to show the precise details.
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As any woodworker knows, working with properly sharpened tools makes even the rank amateur a better woodworker almost instantly. Kirby has taken a step-by-step approach to showing the reader in explicit detail how to keep common workshop tools perfectly sharp: exactly how to hold the tools, where and how to stand, and how to move. Extremely well illustrated and indexed, this is a new workshop classic and should find its way into any serious woodworker's (or even not so serious hobbyist's) library. --Mark HettsAbout the Author:
Ian Kirby is a master craftsman. He has been designing, building, and teaching about furniture for decades.
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Book Description Linden Publishing, 1998. Spiral-bound. Book Condition: New. . Unconditional money back guarantee. Bookseller Inventory # 090854
Book Description Linden Publishing, 1998. Spiral-bound. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110964399938